but you will
You’ve ignored my last two pictures of the lunar events. But you won’t ignore this one though will you?
I don’t know what it means but I have a theory-I believe that Chairman Mao, the genius behind the Manhatten Project, joined Stalin to fight Hitler off the moon.
Finding they couldn’t beat him in low gravity combat, the two called upon holder of the secrets of the ark and three times Oscala, FL Crazy Golf champion, Indiana Jones to deliver the knock out blow.
Indiana obliged and what we see now is like the end of Return Of the Jedi-our saviours smiling down on us.
Let’s hope this is an end to the saga.
I wrote to you recently about my sighting of Stalin on the moon.
You chose to ignore my warnings and now the situation is even worse.
last night I was staring at the moon and i saw this painted on it. i'm sure you know who it is but in case living in your billionaire bubble has isolated you from history i will tell you who it is. ADOLF HITLER!!!!!
I'm not sure who grafittied the image of the architect of Blitzkrieg and the Korean War-aliens? Space Nazis from the future? Banksy with a special laser etcher?
But to have this monstrous image painted on the moon two days after Stalin's appearance is disturbing to say the least.
This is your last chance to help me with some new photo gear or I will be passing my findings on to NASA.
Good day (OR IS IT???!!!)
Last night i was out in my garden staring at the moon. I often do this to relax after a hard days work watching the sun.
Imagine my surprise when i saw the face of former Soviet leader, Joseph Stalin, appear on the surface of our nearest celestial neighbour.
Luckily i had my camera with me at the time (i was testing whether the flash would improve the growth rate of my lawn) and managed to get a shot off and capture this cosmological phenomena.
It's not too clear but if you look very closely you can see the hero of Stalingrad and Pearl Harbor splashed like german blood across the sea of tranquility.
Anyways, what i am asking for is some money for a telescope that has a picture taking function. It shouldn't cost much-say 20.000 and then we could get to the bottom of this baffling lunar mystery.